Thursday, October 22, 2020

Startups & Ideas

Nice ideas. What I think is good. What’s up in the startup world. Such like posts. I’m hoping for a unicorn in Kenya ☺

Spanish start-up Glovo has announced it is expanding its footprint in Kenya. People in Kitengela and Nakuru can now use the app to buy, collect, and send any product they want to. Founded in Barcelona in 2015, Glovo operates as on-demand courier service.
African e-Logistics Startup Kobo360 Secures $30M Funding
Do you want to get started in programming? Podii guarantees training and a job after the period.
The Germany Africa Business Forum e.V. (“GABF”), whose goal is to strengthen investment ties between Germany and Africa, announced it has, in collaboration with private partners from the energy industry, launched a multi-million Euro funding commitment...
This centre will provide the opportunity for SMMEs to employ graduates from the NetAcad program and give them with workplace experience, and in turn the SMMEs will leverage the graduates’ skills from The University of Nairobi.
This augmented reality suit is exactly what you see in the movie, with even more capabilities than previously envisioned
Want to start a business? Here are some tips to kick-start your venture
Feature Friday is a weekly column highlighting people making a difference in different fields. This week we have Nick Kanali from TechTrendsKE
The top 10 or 20 companies among those applicants will be invited to pitch at the event in Lagos.
Feature Friday is a weekly column highlighting people making a difference in different fields. This week we have Philip Odino from Winam Capital 
Feature Friday is a weekly column highlighting people making a difference in different fields. This week we have Caroline Akoth from Startup Grind, Nairobi. 
Data from Disrupt Africa shows that South Africa bagged the Top Country title with 74 startups getting funded in 2016, followed by Kenya with 46 startups. The third spot was grabbed by Nigeria with 34 startups.
The 4th annual African Angel Investor Summit – #AAIS2017 – is set to be the next meeting point for Africa’s early-stage investor community. The place to be on November 15-16 will be Workshop 17, right in the middle of Cape Town’s...
Deadline for startups to submit their projects on DigitalAfrica.AFD.fr is the 22nd of October
All thanks to the efforts by one young man